Aoun will be honored this week at the Academy of International Business conference for his contributions to international business education. He will also lead a panel discussion on globalizing education.
The Northeastern community can donate gently worn professional clothes—from suits and skirts to belts, shoes, and jewelry—for students to wear to the Fall Career Fair as well as on future co-ops and job interviews.
Northeastern University has received a prestigious diversity and inclusion award in career services from the National Association of Colleges and Employers in recognition of its LGBTQA+ career conference. The Reach […]
#iheartcoop, the new campus mural, and summer orientation were among our selection of tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
On Thursday night, members of the Northeastern community shared powerful stories of how the Torch Scholars Program has empowered students, provided unimaginable opportunities, and transformed lives.
Northeastern’s Torch Scholars Program will celebrate its 10-year anniversary with a ceremony on Thursday evening. “When I talk about Torch, I get emotional,” says rising senior Greykia Harris. “I don’t think I could’ve ever come this far in my life without it.”
Broadway saw record attendance this year, Hamilton is a “cultural phenomenon,” and the Tony Awards are this weekend. Here, theater department chair Scott Edmiston explains why people are craving the theater experience, shares his prediction for the Tonys, and highlights some exciting developments at Northeastern.
Level is an intensive program offered across Northeastern’s regional campus network that is designed to equip professionals with in-demand data analytics skills. More than 100 students have already enrolled, and the program’s offerings are expanding this summer and fall.
Northeastern University on Tuesday convened experts from academia and industry to discuss the economic and political instability in many of the world’s emerging markets, and how countries and companies are thriving in this environment.
A big emphasis of World Oceans Day this year is bringing awareness to the problem of marine plastic pollution. Members of the Northeastern community are already focused on this challenge by building sustainable skateboards, visualizing ocean plastics data, and building sensors to identify microplastics in the sea.
Jack Grinold, Northeastern’s legendary sports information director, says watching the heavyweight champ’s training sessions at Matthews Arena in 1964 “were some of the most delightful afternoons I’ve ever spent.” In 1994, Ali received an honorary doctorate of public service from Northeastern. The transformational sports figure died on Friday. Here, members of the Northeastern community reflect on Ali’s life and legacy.
Matt Simonson got his undergraduate degree in math and international studies, but wasn’t sure they could be used together. That was until he found Northeastern’s first-in-the-nation doctoral program in network science—and now he’s using math to understand human relationships and tackle global challenges.